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  • Ghosts of Germany's WWII past rise again in 'Generation War'

    Ghosts of Germany's WWII past rise again in 'Generation War'
    When plans for a Holocaust memorial in Berlin were announced years ago, German writer Martin Walser wondered how many monuments to shame his country would have to build. It was a telling sentiment for a nation that could not cleanse the past yet wanted...
  • Animation Business in Scandinavia Entices Distributors Looking for Alternatives to U.S. Fare

    All you need to do to measure the success of European animators is look at this year's Oscar race: "Despicable Me 2," co-directed by French toonsmith Pierre Coffin; and "Ernest & Celestine," a France-Luxembourg-Belgium co-production, are nominated for...
  • Review: Force is with Liam Neeson in 'Non-Stop's' airborne whodunit

    For years, decades even, Liam Neeson was an action hero hidden in plain sight. Yes, he was an impressive 6-foot-4, with the rangy physical grace of the former amateur boxing champion still visible, but the Oscar nominee for "Schindler's List" could...
  • Schoolboy Q, Beck albums debut high on Billboard 200 chart

    Schoolboy Q, Beck albums debut high on Billboard 200 chart
    A Top Dawg is on top of the Billboard 200. Schoolboy Q, part of the Black Hippy rap crew signed to L.A.'s Top Dawg Entertainment, debuted at No. 1 on Wednesday with "Oxymoron," the first of his three albums to be released by TDE in partnership with...
  • Rapper ScHoolboy Q's 'Oxymoron' Album Takes 'Frozen's' No. 1 Chart Spot

    Rapper ScHoolboy Q displaced all comers on the U.S. album chart last week, as his Interscope debut "Oxymoron" claimed the No. 1 spot in the nation. The L.A. rapper (born Quincy Matthew Hanley) claimed the apex with a 139,000-unit debut stanza,...
  • David Layman, exhibit designer, tells our harrowing stories

    David Layman, exhibit designer, tells our harrowing stories
    The signs spread across the floor of a high-end Chicago printer's office on this winter Friday afternoon probably should seem disjointed or abstract. "< LEFT Worker Rigging a Steel Beam," says one. "V BELOW North Tower Foundation Slab." "World Trade...
  • How Kermit the Frog and the Muppets Got Their Mojo Back

    It's hard to make a comeback in Hollywood -- unless you're swine. In which case, the industry may embrace you. Just ask Miss Piggy. Nearly 40 years after she made her showbiz debut, the diva has never been more in demand. She recently appeared on the...
  • Amanda Palmer, Sophia Loren and Oscar Winner 'Helium' Among Tribeca Film Festival's 2014 Shorts

    The 2014 Tribeca Film Festival has lined up a hefty slate of 58 short films that spans everything from recent Oscar winner "Helium" to a documentary about musician Amanda Palmer to an adaptation of a Jean Cocteau play starring Sophia Loren. The lineup,...
  • Film Review: 'Muppets Most Wanted'

    Sporting a title that can't help but smack of wishful thinking, "Muppets Most Wanted" casts Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy and company in a hokey transcontinental caper that conspicuously lacks the winning blend of irreverence and sincerity that made 2011&#...
  • EA Aims to Correct Missteps in Vidgame-to-Film Adaptations With 'Need for Speed'

    The list of Hollywood franchises based on videogames pretty much begins and ends with Screen Gems' "Resident Evil" series. But if Electronic Arts has its way, its Aaron Paul-starrer "Need for Speed," which throttles into theaters March 14, not only will...
  • Sony makes cuts. CNN ratings fly high. Inside the Golden Globes.

    Sony makes cuts. CNN ratings fly high. Inside the Golden Globes.
    After the coffee. Before getting into my March Madness zone. The Skinny: I finished reading "Kitty Genovese" by Kevin Cook about the infamous 1964 murder. While Cook does a good job of shooting holes into the accepted story about the horrendous crime,...